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Who we are We are guides and we are climbers. We like to sleep in tents and drink from creeks. We love the raw outdoors. We believe in going the extra mile and getting our backpacks dirty. We pick up trash that isn’t ours. We recycle. We set out searching for adventure and we never went home. We’ve grown solid roots in Patagonia. We adhere to the principles of Leave No Trace. We believe every journey starts with a single step and believe people come before profits. Above all, we believe this all makes perfect sense.
What we do We have assembled exceptional guides and top athletes from all over the world to lead programs that allow you the chance to really experience the diversity of South America. From the 2,424 square kilometers of Torres del Paine, to Cabo Froward’s remote tip of South America, to the extreme environments of Isla Navarino and Cape Horn, we offer more adventure and expedition possibilities than anyone could experience in one season. Above Image Dave Turner • Fortaleza, Torres del Paine National Park, / Cover image: erratic guides & BNN film crew - Glacier Grey
Trekking Tours For us, trekking is the purest way of discovering Patagonia, and trekking in Patagonia is possible all year. However the seven month high-season, from October to late April, is less complicated. Trekking between October to December in early Spring is a great way to beat the crowd and see the fresh Spring growth. January to March always tends to be the best months in Patagonia in regards to weather. March through April starts bringing cooler, but more stable, weather patterns. Autumn in Patagonia brings an amazing blast of color, which makes late season trekking a real treat. The month of May introduces cold temperatures and snow fall. Traveling through Patagonia during late or off-season is only recommended for the most seasoned and self-reliant trekkers.
Film Productions Film productions in Patagonia, for advertisements or movies, can also be arranged through our offices. Filming on the Patagonian Ice Cap, inside Torres del Paine or surrounding mountains delivers breathtaking and dramatic scenery and great footage. We offer our top mountain guides as support for risky mountain terrain, such as ice, snow and boulder areas. Our guides know this terrain inside and out. They feel at home in the roughest environments and the ever changing weather patterns of Patagonia. We can help you with location scouting, field support, helicopters, ski touring, and arrange any gear you may need at the bottom of the world. Our team can develop a pre-production schedule according to your needs, and assist with hiring local crews, casting local actors, extras, permits, housing and transportation arrangements.
Kayaking Programs Kayaking in Patagonia can be labled as nothing less than world class. From a half day lesson in the Ultima Esparanza Fjord, to a multi-day expedition up and into Torres del Paine, kayaking at the bottom of the world is a memory that you can not soon forget. Novice to seasoned kayakers can learn a range of skills, from how to perform self and assisted rescues to route planning. We take advantage of some of the top kayak guides in Patagonia to make sure your program is safe, professional and respectful of the pristine surroundings. Our kayaking programs are a great extra to customize or add to one of our already existing programs.
Horseback Riding Horses have played a crutial part of the colorful history of Patagonia since the beginning. From exploration to working sheep estancias, basic transportation or hunting, horses are a way of life in this wild place. Seeing Patagonia from the back of a horse can be considered maybe the best way to take in this dramatic and versitle landscape. From half day rides to multi-day cross country trips, planning horseback riding in your itineray will give you an experience of a lifetime.
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River crossing near Rio Serrano
Many of our programs are physically demanding. You should be in very good physical condition for these programs. We recommend folks be able to hike long distances, uphill and downhill, up to 10 hours a day and with a 15 kilogram pack. We typically cover elevations from 200m to 1200m per day.You should also have keen mental strength and sense of determination to resist tough elements like strong winds and frozen rain or snowfall--even in the summer. Be well-accustomed to sleeping in two-person tents, and willing to support the group with all camp activities. The weather in Patagonia is as unpredictable as the landscape, and dealing with different levels of discomfort is one of the biggest challenges of Patagonian trekking.
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Torres del Paine, Chile - Patagonia Torres del Paine National Park is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, as well as one of the most pristine and remote places on earth. The most highly trekked route in Torres del Paine National Park is called the ‘W’. Named after its trail system that navigates up and down out of the mountain valleys. This trail system can be done in a variety of ways, from more rugged camping style treks, to full room and board in refugios (well stocked trail huts) along the trail, where beds, food, and showers await you at the end of each day.You could also have the best of both worlds: camping in tents but eating meals in the refugios. You can decide from one of our standard trips, or create your own adventure. Options include ice hiking on Glacier Grey, or cruising up Rio Serrano in a zodiac motor boat, or entering the Park via horseback. It is even possible to hire porters to help you with your gear. Any way you look at it, this trip will be the outdoor adventure of a lifetime.There are endless variations you can choose from.
Ice Trekking - Glacier Grey
Trekking towards Glacier Grey
The ‘W’ - The Classic Trek 4 nights, 5 days
The Cuernos del Paine from Valle Frances
Torres del Paine is an amazing and immense park, and the ‘W’ trek brings you up close to its world-famous Patagonian views and natural splendors. The typical ‘W’ takes five to seven days, with five to eight hours of hiking per day. Most notably, the trek boasts a lot of the park’s must-see attractions: Los Torres, Los Cuernos, Valle Frances, Paine Grande, and Glaciar Grey. This is one of the most popular hikes in Patagonia, and is truely world class and considered a trekking experience of a lifetime. Although this trek is growing in popularity, the remote nature, rough trails and stong winds can humble even a seasoned trekker.
Lenga Trees surviving the winds
The ‘Q’ - The Full Circuit & Tail 9 nights, 10 days
This trek starts on the southernmost tip of Torres del Paine and travels north, bypassing the ‘W’ trek. It incorporates the ‘W’, but lets you trek in from the south, as well as adding five extra days to circumnavigate the northern side of the park. It is there you will experience the true beauty of peace and serenity in the park. With far fewer trekkers and no day-hikers around, you can have a genuine wilderness experience. Camping is a must at the more isolated stopovers. We head out as a self-sustained team, or with porters to help us complete this ten day adventure. Weather is always a factor. We cross water, tip-toe high cliffs, and ascend the steep John Gardner Pass. All this makes for a challenging, yet supremely rewarding trek.
Isla Navarino - Dientes Circuit
The Southern most Trekking Circuit in the World 6 nights, 7 days
The Southernmost Tip of the Continent 5 nights, 6 days
Paso de los Dientes
Billed as the southernmost trekking opportunity in the world, the rugged Dientes Circuit on Isla Navarino is miles beyond any ordinary trekking experience. Just getting to Isla Navarino is part of the adventure itself. The flight over Tierra del Fuego and the Strait of Magellan is majestically scenic. For the serious trekker, the five-day Dientes Circuit is a chance to experience unique terrain at what is literally the last scrap of land before the legendary Cape Horn and Antarctic Sea. And while the route offers many worthy experiences, like awesome views that stretch as far as the Cape Horn straits, it is also impressive for what it lacks, like crowded trails, clearly defined paths and busy refugios (because there are none!) Due to the difficulty of the route and Isla Navarino’s distance from the typical tourists path, the Dientes Circuit receives a fraction of Chile’s annual trekking visitors.The trail is more than 53 kilometers in length and assends four significant passes, mazes of beaver ponds and dams throughout the valleys. Weather is a major factor, in particular, winds sweeping up from Antarctica can make Paso Virginia very dangerous.This trek is for the dedicated and extra adventurous, but offers quiet, uninhibited Patagonian exploration.
This is a true adventure in every sense of the word. To reach the southern most tip of the South American continent, a five-day expedition-style trek is the only way to go...literally! We hike along the Strait of Magellan, the channel that was scene to countless shipwrecks, and holds some of the richest history in Patagonia. This journey is only for those ready to get completely away from the masses and willing to put themselves in a place where the word ‘self-reliance’ is not taken lightly. Be prepared for an agonizing rough trail, relentless wind and two neck-high, strip-down, pack-over-the-head river crossings!
Our trek begins where the dirt road ends, and continues along the isolated beaches, coves and bays. The trek offers a variety of hiking terrain aside from many quiet beaches. We’ll pass dense forests, cross open “turba” (a cross between tundra and moss) and wade through river crossings. Our daily travel must be carefully timed to coincide with the low tides, in order to make crossing as safe as possible. Our ultimate goal is a five-story white cross that marks the tip of the South American land mass. This trek is a self-sufficient tour, which means that each person is responsible for carrying his or her share of food and equipment. We camp each night along rivers, deserted whaling stations, abandoned ranch houses and in Patagonian forests. Roughing it is the name of the game, and this is what makes this trek a truly unique experience. There’s bird and sea life abound, and weather permitting, wonderful views of Dawson Island, the Darwin Range and the twin peaks of Mt. Saremiento. This trek isn’t for everyone, but it is guaranteed to be a memorable one.
Sunny day at the End of the World
In the jaws of the Dientes Circuit, Isla Navarino
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Tierra del Fuego Overland 6 nights, 7 days This tour is a great way to see the real Tierra del Fuego. Named by Ferdinand Magellan, the Land of Fire is a mixture of history, folklore, and abundant nature and makes for an exiting and romantic one-of-a-kind trip. On this 7 day journey, we’ll see wildlife, flora, and some of the most spectacular wilderness Patagonia has to offer. We also visit the island’s oldest estancia (sheep ranch), an extensive erratic rock field, pristine lakes, and rivers where you can try your luck at fishing for the world famous Tierra del Fuego trout. Day hikes to some beautiful peaks such as Cerro Cochillo, Cerro Piedra and Cerro Condor make the days fly by. This is a “roughing it” style camping trip, complete with campfires, and if we’re lucky, trout dinners. Our tour begins in Punta Arenas and after crossing the Stait of Magellan this van and trekking combo tour covers Tierra del Fuego top to bottom and we don’t stop until the road ends!
Day 1 Punta Arenas airstrip pick up, transfer to downtown and to your lodging. Day 2 Cross the Straits, by ferry, to Tierra del Fuego. After three hours on the water we arrive in Puerto Porvenir. First hotel check in and later we explore the route that goes up the mountain range, where we can see over the entire region. If weather permits, we will continue down the mountain range to reach the shores of Useless Bay. Night in Porvenir. Day 3 Early morning departure from Porvenir to Ushuaia, on the road that runs along the coast. Then off to an old Tierra del Fuego cemetery, after passing through the southern end of Useless Bay where the Marazzi River drains. Archaeological objects have been found here dating back to 7600 BC. Later, we reach the area called ‘The Crooked’, named for its winding terrain. Traveling a total of 150 km, we arrive in Cameron. After the tour we will head to Lago Blanco area where we will camp for the night. Day 4 We will trek to Mt. Cuchilla, located southwest of Lago Blanco. From the summit we will enjoy an unforgettable view of the lake and a dense forest of Nothofagus. At the end of the afternoon we set up camp for a night at Lago Deseado. Day 5 Continue to travel south and in the afternoon flyfishing on the river Azopardo where Brown Trout and Fontinalies Salmon are frequently caught. Day 6 We will journey back and stop in one of the most prestigious fishing lodges for the most coveted Sea Trout on Tierra del Fuego. Night at Cameron Lodge. Day 7 After a morning horseback ride, we bid farewell to Tierra del Fuego, taking a new route through the interior to reach the village Cerro Sombrero. Late night arrival back to Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales.
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The Patagonian Challenge
The Patagonian Fire
Torres del Paine • Isla Navarino 14 nights, 15 days
Torres del Paine • Tierra del Fuego 14 nights, 15 days
This program starts when your flight lands in Punta Arenas, Chile. Day one begins by visiting the Otway penguin colony before transferring to Puerto Natales, the gateway town to Torres del Paine National Park. Eight days are spent in Torres del Paine trekking the entire Torres circuit, completing almost 120 kilometers.We visit the famous granite needles, of which the Torres del Paine National Park recieved its name. We are frequently in the company of condors, falcon and more than 100 different birds species, as well as guanacos, foxes, Patagonian deer and if you’re lucky, pumas. All are observed in their natural habitat. After a rest day in Puerto Natales, we catch a flight to Puerto Williams, located on Isla Navarino (the Southern most city in the world). Located on a small sister island under Tierra del Fuego, it’s a wild and relatively unknown land that’s virtually untouched by man. With only 2,000 inhabitants, this is our starting point for our five day trek. The Dientes de Navarino mountain range is composed of craggy granite walls and rock formations, and is the subject of our 55 kilometer circuit of the island. This program is for the serious trekker who wants to see all that Patagonia has to offer. This program will push your limits and test your endurance. This program is not for everyone. This program was designed to keep you on the move and see if you have what it takes to handle 15 days at the bottom of the world!
As soon as you land in Punta Arenas, Chile your trip has begun. Day one starts by visiting the Otway penguin colony before the transfer to Puerto Natales. Eight days are spent in Torres del Paine trekking the entire Torres circuit, completing almost 120 kilometers. The next leg of the program visits the real Tierra del Fuego the old fashioned way, overland. Named by renowned explorer Ferdinand Magellan, the Land of Fire has sweet mixture of history, folklore and an abundant of nature that makes for a one-of-a-kind trip. We visit the island’s oldest estancia (sheep ranch), an extensive plain filled with glacial erratics, pristine lakes and rivers where you can try your luck at fishing for world-famous Tierra del Fuego trout. Day hikes to some beautiful peaks such as Cerro Cochillo, Cerro Piedra and Cerro Condor make the days fly by. This is a “roughing it” style camping trip, complete with cozy campfires, and if we’re lucky, trout dinners. After crossing the Strait of Magellen, this van and hike combo tour covers the big island, top to bottom, and we don’t stop until the road ends!
Pumas in Torres del Paine National Park • Image Diego Araya
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The Patagonia Adventure
The Patagonia Discovery
The Torres del Paine Circuit • Cabo Froward 6 nights, 7 days
Torres del Paine • El Chaltén • Chilean Fjord Navigation 6 nights, 7 days
We begin our trip with a visit to the Seno Otway penguin colony. Right after we take our transfer to the Torres del Paine gateway town, Puerto Natales. Eight days are spent in Torres del Paine trekking the entire 120 kilometers. After a rest day in Puerto Natales, we catch a transport to Punta Arenas where we gear up to trek to Cabo Froward, the bottom of the continent. We’ll take a short van trip to historical sites and national monuments on the way to the road’s end, where we begin our trek. It continues along isolated beaches, coves and bays, offering a wide variety of hiking terrain. Aside from the quiet beaches, we enter dense forests, cross open “turba” (a cross between tundra and moss) and wade two river crossings. Daily travel must be carefully timed to coincide with the low tides in order to make crossings as safe as possible. Our goal is to reach the five-story white cross that marks the end of the South American land mass. This trek is a self-sufficient tour, which means that each person is responsible for carrying his or her share of food and equipment. We camp each night along rivers, deserted whaling stations, abandoned ranch houses and in Patagonian forests. Roughing it is the name of the game, and this challenge is what makes this a truly unique experience. There’s bird and sea life abound, and weather permitting, wonderful views of Dawson Island, the Darwin Range and the twin peaks of Mt. Sarmiento. This trek isn’t for everyone, but it’s guaranteed to be a legendary one.
Fitz Roy Massiff - Glaciares National Park, El Chaltén, Argentina
This program starts when your flight lands in Punta Arenas, Chile, beginning with a visit to the Seno Otway penguin colony before transferring to Puerto Natales, the gateway town to Torres Del Paine. Three days are spent trekking in Torres del Paine, visiting the “must-see” highlights of the Park (see page 5). From Torres del Paine, we travel to El Calafate, Argentina, to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier. From there we continue to the quaint border village of El Chalten, which lies conveniently inside Los Glaciares National Park. We’ll spend a couple of days seeing the most rugged beauty Patagonia can offer. We will camp with world renouned views and landscapes that inspire and incite exploration, art and adventure. Los Glaciares National Park is regarded as one of the most incredible places on earth. We return to Puerto Natales, Chile, to board our vessel northbound, the Navimag. This seafaring leg of our adventure takes place between Puerto Natales and Puerto Montt, on the legendary Patagonian Chilean fjords. We’ll spend three days viewing beautiful channels, islands and small towns seemingly lost in time. Our journey ends in Puerto Montt, the capital of the country’s Tenth Region and the lead into the infamous Lake District. Navimag departing Puerto Natales, Chile
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Torre Norte Climbing Expedition to the North Tower of Paine 15 days The North Tower of Paine was first ascended in 1958 by an Italian team led by Count Guido Monzino. Their route follows the South Ridge from the Col Bich, a magnificent V-Notch between the North and Central Tower.The final summit is a 60-foot high wall that is overhanging on all sides. In what has to be one of the most amazing summit pitches on the planet, a line of holds on the south side of the block offers a stellar 5.8 path to the couch sized summit. Climbing in Patagonia is as rewarding as it is difficult. And like most moutaineering, it’s a matter of managing different levels of discomfort. Seeing the world from the summit of these incredible granite peaks is something you will never forget; climbing in Patagonia will leave you with bragging rights that will last a lifetime. The weather is often relentless and winds can often reach 60 km per hour. There is no reliable weather report to count on as it often changes hourly. Our years of climbing and trekking experience in Patagonia are priceless. Our guides have climbed in Patagonia enough to understand the “weather patterns”, identify potential hazards and know when to push on or pack up. We are proud to provide seasoned, safe and experienced guides because it’s paramount to a successful climb in Torres del Paine. From a beautiful and relaxing basecamp in the forest, an arduous 5-hour approach leads to the Col Bich. While some technical climbing is involved near the Col, this is mostly hiking on both rough trail and talus slopes. From the Col, a series of cracks leads up immaculate granite for two hundred feet, with just a move or two of 5.10 climbing. From here the climbing eases for the next 800 feet, mostly scrambling and easy fifth class climbing (up to 5.4). A large platform is then reached from which the 5.8 summit tower is ascended. From the summit, views stretch to the Southern Patagonian icecap to the North, the Central Tower to the South, and the pampas of Argentina to the East. The climb from the Col to the summit should take around 3 hours.
Climbers side of the towers
Day 1 Arrive in Puerto Natales, the gateway town to Torres del Paine. Meet your guide and enjoy a team dinner. Day 2 Travel to Torres del Paine, meet our gauchos and horses and hump the load of equipment to Refugio Chileno. From here we leave the horses behind and head toward Camp 1 - Campemento Las Torres. Day 3 We head further up the valley, to Camp 2, with our loads of equipment to our basecamp at ‘Campemento Japones’. This is our base camp for the next 10 days. Day 4 Prep day; gear, food, ropes and most importantly getting our heads on straight. Day 5 We start to move essential equipment up to the base of the towers. Day 6 Move to Camp 3 (calm winds only). Day 7 Climb to the Col Bich between the North and the Central Towers. This is an impressive place, with vast intimidating walls of granite all around and views reaching to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. We will ﬁx ropes to enable multiple summit attempts and quick return if need be. Days 8-13 Waiting for weather windows to climb to the summit and back down. The climbing will be a mix of aid climbing and up to 5.9/10 free climbing. Day 14 Return to base camp in the Valle Ascensio. Day 15 We meet our gauchos and horses at Refugio Chileno. After descending down to Hosteria Las Torres, we meet our driver and return to Puerto Natales, where we celebrate a safe return with good food and world class Chilean wine.
Snow covered Torres - front view
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This will involve climbing at up to 5.10 in rock shoes with a light pack. You need to be comfortable ascending ﬁxed ropes. Speed is all important and if possible we would like to arrange a climb with us here in Patagonia to make sure that you have all of your systems down before putting them to use on the North Tower.
Guides Rustyn Mesdag - United States Rustyn has been guiding for 10 years and living in Patagonia for 5 of them, full time. Moving to Patagonia was an easy choice. Rustyn manages the expeditions and logistics for erratic rock as well as being the office carpenter. Rustyn’s true love is climbing waterfall ice around the world, but jumps at any job that’s out on the glaciers and Patagonia’s Southern Ice Field. He raised in the the Pacific Northwest and speaks Dutch, English and Spanish.
Steve Schnieder - United States Steve Schneider is a world class rock climber and mountaineer. He has climbed El Capitan in Yosemite over 100 times. His solo of the 3 towers of Paine puts him at the extreme edge of adventure climbing. Steve leads successful expeditions to Mongolia, Pakistan, Alaska, and Peru, but has a special love for Patagonia, Chile and Argentina. Steve is an AMGA certified rock guide and holds the record for more ascents of the Towers of Paine in Chile than any other climber.
Dave Turner - United States
Bill Penhollow - Oregon Bill has been working and living in Chile for 9 years and guiding in Patagonia for seven. His travels have taken him to 50 different countries and while he never had any other plan but to just keep going, Bill landed in Patagonia. These days Bill can also be found guiding and leading special programs to Cabo Froward, the southernmost tip of the continent along the Straight of Magellan. Bill speaks fluent Spanish and English.
Sebastian Borgwardt - Germany Sebastian’s obsession of the outdoors has taken him on many different adventures throughout the world. When coming to Chile in 1999, he made his way down to Patagonia by bicycle and fell in love with rugged terrain and rough winds. Sebastian has guided hundreds of programs throughout Patagonia and his knowledge of flora, fauna, history and geology is unmatched and speaks German, English and Spanish.
Ellen Kamphuis - The Netherlands
Dave is well known for his solo climbs, not only in Yosemite, but also Peru, Baffin Island, Chile, Norway, and Argentina. As a full time climber and guide, he is always traveling the globe, finding new routes, and taking his clients to their dream summits. In 2008 he became the first person ever to solo a grade seven wall by a new route, taking 34 continuous days to climb in Torres del Paine’s Cerro Escudo’s east face to the summit.
Ellen grew up in the saddle. Being raised in the Netherlands by an all-horse, all-thetime family, riding and breaking horses was a family tradition. But now, competitive show jumping has taken a back seat to multi-day, back country horseback rides in the extreme conditions of Patagonia. Ellen lived in the United States for ten years, and now has been living and guiding in Chile for five. She speaks Dutch, English and Spanish.
Sergio Echeverria - Mexico
Daniel Darrigrandi - Chile
As an avid mountaineer, rock climber and adventurer, Sergio started his guiding career in 1992 in Mexico and in 1999 he became a NOLS instructor. Since 1995 he has been guiding in Patagonia full time. Sergio has climbed several new routes in Torres del Paine National Park as well as opening new climbing areas around Puerto Natales with other great local climbers. His knowledge of Patagonia is unmatched.
Daniel had spent the last 13 years in Patagonia and worked for several years on Glacier Grey as an ice guide in Torres del Paine National Park. Aside from also being the local Brew Master, Daniel has climbed new routes in Perú, Mexico and Patagonia. Daniel has lead successful programs on the Southern Ice Field as well as worked on film productions with the BBC and the Dutch company BNN.
Owen Mesdag - United States
Sebastian Muñoz - Colombia
Owen has been climbing for 15 years which include anything from the casual day hike to a complex multi-day, alpine routes. Owen went to school for photography, video production & film and has produced a number videos for the outdoor industry heavy weights like K2 and Outdoor Research. When he’s not outside playing in the mountains or traveling, he’s in the “office” engineering mountaineering gear for Cascade Designs in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Sebastian is an Colombian engineer and has been living in Patagonia since 2007. His passion for the outdoors and adventure has taken him on countless climbing expeditions throughout South America. Sebastian successfully climbed all three towers of Paine, and aside from Sebastian’s love of rock climbing, you will often find him on long distances runs and bike rides.
Michelle Ernst - Germany
Althea Rogers - United States
Michelle has spent her entire life in the outdoor & travel industry. After earning her degree in 5 star hotel managment, she set off to travel the world, literally. She has been guiding for 5 years in Patagonia and spreaks English, German and Spanish. Most of the time she can be found trekking and working in Torres del Paine, but in her free time, polishes her kayak and horse back skills. Michelle works as hard as she plays and is a great addition to the erratic rock staff.
Althea grew up in Upstate NY but is now based in Bozeman, accessing Montana’s ice and the Canadian Rockies as much as possible.With first ascents in the mountains of Western Greenland, Southwestern Alaska and in Montana’s Absaroka Range, she continues to pursue alpine rock and ice. She has also developed a love for soloing big walls, and is often found among Yosemite’s giants.This passion led her to Patagonia in 2008, when her education in ‘wind’ began.
Walker Mackey - United States Walker grew up in Colorado. Walker is now twenty four and has been traveling the world on a quest to seek out extreme climbing adventure. He has extensive experience climbing in Patagonia and has tackled several alpine summits in Torres Del Paine National Park. Walker is high altitude mountaineering proficient and specializes at mixed rock and ice climbing.
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Kayaking Glacier Serrano - image Diego Araya
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